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's the only way that you can get an international agreement. -- can't do it by begging the kyoto protocol approach was to beg. beg all the other countries to pick some target and then reach that target without any -- and, of course, even though many countries agreed like canada, they soon abandon it -- when it's not convenient, they abandon it -- you have to -- the only way you can enforce it is with the price, and that -- so that could be done. and, you know, i was in china and the china -- chinese leaders understand this. they don't deny their climate problem. they are engineers and they're rationale, and they don't want to be addicted to fossil fuels the way the united states is and have to protect the supply line around the world, so they are, number one in solar panels, wind power and nuclear power, building thirty nuclear power plants. so i don't -- but, of course, they do have a major problem with so many people in poverty and they're -- and they need -- they know they need to get them out of poverty or they may -- their government may not survive. so the -- of course, they're doin
: you told me things to raise taxes. that's what you told me. you got to tell me one thing, i beg you, congressman, one thing you say i'm going to cut this. what would it be? >> you -- neil: you don't know, do you? >> well, yes, i know, but i have to have time to explain it. i can't tell you i'm going to walk in and cut this and cut that. neil: we got a lot of e-mail on that one. some said i was rude and the that the congresswoman or clueless, but we didn't make progress, did we? as the week ends, where do i start? a congressman who can't budge or went act, won't move, the republicans offering tax hikes with nothing in return, just walk away from the table. that could be a very real possibility, and hear former office ceo of home depot say a welcomed one. a bad deal is worse than no deal. also with us, town hall's elizabeth and roll call. let's get a sense where you think this is going, steve. you don't like where it's going? >> no. you know, look, we need a deal. we're sitting on a price missing here with the whole world watching, the markets are expecting a deal, the credit rating a
. you see more people begging-- and a different class of peoplei begging, people who had recently been sort of somewhere at the bottom of the middle class. >> brown: stallings is trained as a classicist, reading ancient greek and latin.phlu she did an acclaimed translation of the roman philosopher, lucretius' "the nature of things." and her own poetry has garnered several prizes. in 2011 she was the recipient of a macarthur fellowship, the so- called "genius award." her latest collection, titled "olives," explores, among other things, ancient and modern lives in her adopted home.th >> there's weirdly a lot of energy in athens, and, whether it's good or bad, there's a feeling. >> brown: what kind of energy? >> maybe there's a "there's nothing left to lose" as a kind of freedom as well. people are going out to plays. they're still going out and doing things, but, you know with less money. but there's an urgency. poetry meetings are very well attended.li literary events are packed. >> brown: why do you think that is? >> well, it's inexpensive, inexpensive entertainment. ( laughs ) but i t
of time. smith has been asked to chair the science committee. i charge you and beg you to get him to watch your movie. i age that appointment would disturb you. >> in fact, we have distributed copies of this film to every member of the senate and the house. of course we have no idea if it's been watched by any of the members of congress but i really hope that they will. the thing that really killed me, and just overwhelms me sometimes is the knowledge that we here in america, in our current time and place, we have all the knowledge. we are the leaders internationally in observing these place from the ground, and observing how climate change is changing the world from ocean bowies to research slips to lied on the ground, it's just that they've been trying to ignore the tangible information and evidence that the best minds of our time are accumulateing and amassing. it grieves me to think that somebody in such an influential leadership position has been so eagerly and aggressively denying what has been a clear and obvious charge to our society and the rest of the world. >> jennifer: i cannot
. >> we had people come to the aror and beg me not to quit. ew deporter: but it's hard recruiting new doctors for the lart of america's heart land. o kansas, 97 of its 105 counties are considered underserved. five counties have no doctor at all. >> it's scary because we don't ysve as many physicians as we need. o reporter: so the university of kansas opened up a branch of its medical school in salina, iat it calls the smallest itdical school in america. it's now on its second class of eight students. >> i cannot wait to bond with the people and feel a sense of belonging. >> reporter: students like julianne rathburn bring one more n ing-- a desire to work in rural america. workou know everybody. everybody knows you. and there's a sense of loyalty and respect. hereeporter: but there is one drawb drawback-- a rural family doctor in america makes on average about $70,000 a year, a specialist, say a cardiologist in a big city like los angeles, earns on average more than in00,000 a year. vn durham, population just over 100, the local doctor recently closed up shop. folks feared her dream of
to a weaker dollar, probably higher gold prices, and more interday volatility. >> susie: so that begs the question then, what should investors be doing with their money. they know rates are really going to be super low for a while. we know the wall street saying, "don't fight the fed." so where should people put their money right now? >> the most likely scenario is that you get a bit of tranquility and then something breaks. and it breaks in the sense that systems are not built to be run at artificial interest rates. and with the fed being both a player and a referee in markets. so the most likely outcome is the benefit of tranquility and then a higher risk of something breaking. so what we're doing is taking down risks. it is a wonderful time for risksset it is time to reduce your risk exposure, and it is time to build a little more inflation protection in your portfolios. >> susie: mohammed, are you buying treasures at this time? would you suggest investors get back to treasuries? >> i would say focus on inflation protected treasuries or tips. part of this message from ben bernanke
. you kw, they not onlywn the twilight saga and hunger games which are begging obviously for sequels but big tv production studio as well, have mad men, weed, anger management, a lot of food renewal seasons ahead for those and lots of sequels on the movies, the stock is only 11 times earnings, we think there is more to go, although the name has done well. >> aqua financial a new pick here, ocn. >> this stock shot more than double this year, 34 and change, how much higher in the next twelve months, do you think? >> well, i think it can go higher, it had a little pullback today and i think it i attractive on pullback, they are the low cost producer of servicing mortgage debt, particularly the low quality sub prime mortgage debt, new york banks want out of that, they have gotten the book from j.p. morgan, morgan stanley, goldman sachs, they are the low cost producer provider, only sell nine or ten times forward earnings, the valuation is expensive and i think the stock has room to go and maybe another two or three years to it. >> you have positions in both of those shares, sandy? >> the
the weather beg weather update. you are tracking two thunderstorms one ut east and won left. washington into part of wyoming ant blizzard portions in effect. you are not seeing additional snowfall accumulations. dig can't wind will be causing white house conditions gusting to over 30, 40 miles per hour west. otherwise across the east it will be a little reminder. through georgia into tarts of tennessee large hail. isolated torn could is if you live there we have snow copying down across portions of vermont. maine, heyer portion of will you england. could pick up over 6 over the snow n. minute mid atlantic sit offing ports of the ton tree. 66 dallas san antonio. >>> the time now is 39 after the top of the hour. coming up there's some kind of movement on the fiscal cliff talks. it my mott be good for your mown. >> a soldier reunited with his family just in time to welcome the newest member. that story key coming up. >> after weeks of a dead look there seems tock some movement on the fiscal cliff. here to break down negotiations is diane macedo. >> looks like republican house speaker boehn
was extradited to the united states today after beg arrested in january in native peru. police say surveillance video and photos caught him in stores at the times of the attacks. the women were cut while shopping in spots like fairoaks mall and fairfax town center last year. they were not seriously hurt. >>> chill in the air tonight. according to doug we ain't seen nothing yet. is that right? >> exactly right, jim. i think this time friday night we'll be feeling the cold. a lot cooler out there now than it was earlier today. look at high temperature ttz. 62 in washington. 64, fredericksburg. 54, martins burke. cool air has come in. the wind are still thup up ther. temperatures, wind chills are down by 20, 30 degrees. current wind chill. 32. 30 in frederick. 34 in winchester. 36 in culpeper. yeah, lot more thought of coming. we will talk about it coming up. >> general david petraeus' former mistress will not face cyberstalking charges. the justice department says it is dropping its investigation into whether paula broadwell stalked a woman she perceived to be romantic rival. an fbi investigation
some snow. >> okay. that's not bad. not begging. >> i'm sorry. we do have a little bit of rain on the way though that could damp be santa's plans. i'm sure he'll still make his travels, no problem. let's take a look outside with the michael & son live weather cam. we're taking a look at the capitol building. yesterday at this time it was so windy. right now it is colder, but it's less windy. that is for sure. 35 degrees right now with clear skies. that dew point 19. it's really cold and dry atmosphere with winds out of the west at 8 miles per hour right now. that's a big improvement. we're going to continue to see those winds relaxing as we head through the overnight hours. so in your weather headlines, we have very cold air in place tonight, but less windy. that's going to lead to a very nicesunday. we're going to see lots of sunshine to help bump up the temperatures. weak disturbances on the way that could bring rain for santa. right now already down to 30 degrees in gaithersburg. 32 martinsburg and leesburg. same in manassas. with the wind chill, it's making it feel like 24
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the argument, it was deutsche bank saying there was a paradigm here. it begs this question. 2012 germany will reach their kyoto targets. the united states has pulled away. what other country has the envelope open this year will reach their course, and what was the economic lesson learned in terms of their success or failure as it relates to dramatically changing the way they produce-- >> look at germany and the scandinavian country which are the own people who have done like they're supposed to, their economies are doing pretty well, thank you. there are other countries who have abandoned completely their equipment, canada, they'll make a lot of money for the koch brothers pumping tar sand, so we can't help with the world problem, sorry. that's running into stiff resistence among canadians. there's resistence building up around the world and the polling data reflects it. even today rasmussen found 68% of americans thinks global warm something a serious problem. the exit polling data during the election found 41% of people based their vote largely or somewhat on the response to hurricane
. >> here. >> present. >> i beg your pardon, mr. elector. >> present. >> here. >> present. >> present. >> present. >> present. >> present. >> present. >> mr. secretary, all electoral members are present. >> i ask maureen o'connor, chief justice of the ohio supreme court, to come forward and administer the oath of office to the members of this electoral college. >> thank you, and, of course, i asked you to stand and raise your right hand. if you will repeat after me -- i -- please state your name -- do solemnly swear that i will support, obey, and to defend the constitution of the united states and the constitution and laws of the state of ohio and that i will faithfully discharge the duties of my office as i shall answer unto god. congratulations. >> thank you. i will now entertain nominations for the chairman of the 53rd ohio electoral college. i will now call on the gentleman. >> mr. secretary, i nominate chris redfern. >> are there any other nominations? >> i move that nominations for chairman be closed. >> it has been moved that nominations for the chairman be closed. is there a s
provide the people who live here would like us to leave. they want to return some normalcy and that begs that question, when we do go, when we leave this town and when our world continues, we leave all of these people with a brand-new normal and something they're going to have to figure out for themselves what their new normal is going to be like. and i just want to share an anecdote. moments ago a man by the name of joe whalen came here to meet me by the creek and seen the piece run today on cnn. he lives in town not far away. he's a general contract, builds homes in the community. he was so moved by that notion that once we all leave, they will be left alone with their new normal. he didn't know what to do. he said i want to do something. i don't know what to do. and ultimately he came up with a plan and he shared it with me moments ago. he's going to go around town to all of those affected by the tragedy and with some of his colleagues in the building business, he's going repair their homes. whatever he sees needs doing he's going to do it and he's not going to ask for anything in ret
're giving them exactly what they want. >> eliot: if they live that long. beg argument for believing as he does, which is not a whole lot. let's switch gears, the republicans and their their men for their committees, have they learned nothing of the 19 white old men. this could be a campaign poster for the democratic party. why didn't they have the wisdom to change that. >> because learning is appeasement. this is whiting than an albino troop. it's ludicrous and it goes to show they don't learn. they don't want to learn. they don't value that. >> eliot: you know, i got to disagree with you a little bit. there is movement on immigration. >> yeah a little bit. >> eliot: they're throwing something-- >> in terms of getting votes. >> eliot: correct, but not giving up power. >> no, it's progress for republicans is what matters. they'll man der to our pander to our mexican-american friends just enough to get their votes. >> eliot: maybe you're on to something when they had the convention when they rolled out minority or gender-based individual that they can puts up on the lecturn and say see. >>
this is one thing that clearly makes no sense. which begs the question why is government doing nothing when it comes to guns. here to talk to us about possible solutions is john rosenthal, co-founder of stop handgun violence and the american hunters and shooters association, an alternative to nra for moderate gun owners. thank you for joining us. >> thank you eliot. >> eliot: the frustration we've felt for years in response to gun violence. in the context of all that has happened, the lack of action, what is your agenda, and how do you plan to make it real. >> it's no different than it has been the better part of 20 years. i'm a gun owner. i'm a business person. i believe in the second amendment and the right to bear arms but the founders never extended that the second amendment extend to terrorists and criminals to buy guns without even a background check. toy guns and teddy bears have a multitude of regulations of how they're made and marketed. you need an i.d. to vote in many places. but in 33 states it's federal gun policy that you do not need an i.d. or background check to buy an unres
along. he is begging the white house to show him a path out. and the white house is sitting there going why do we do you any favors? you can understand the politics of it going why? why should do i you a favor, you did me no favors but at some point somebody is going to have to say okay, uncle, let's do this over here. >> the polling that you guys and the journal had would indicate that the public wants to get a deal done but as we know, there was that great jonathan weisman piece in the "times" this week that pointed out half the republican conference in the house was re-elected with 55% of the vote. the pointing being the political leverage with those members of congress come from the primary, not from the general election and that's what drives it. >> it is splitting the party. the guys that are statewide office holders are going to the house republicans you're killing party as a national -- and they are. if they're not careful, they are. >> you guys heard about it this morning, i wrote about it. the republican brand, republicans this morning are pointing to a number that says 56% of
to make cuts. >>neil: i don't know, congresswoman i had a couple of your colleagues here and i begged them to come up with a spending cut and i had a group from the congressional black caucus who say leave entitlements alone and another says leave social security alone, and i can understand that is not part of this, and hear me out. i asked, one thing you would cut they could not come up with him. i am saying you would not entertain republicans who would entertain hiking taxes when they are not getting anything in return for it. >>guest: you asked what i would cut and i think this is plenty to cut in against but i think that there are ways we can have savings and make cuts in medicare, as well, that don't containing the guarantee because that is the bottom line. >>neil: you would put medicare open table, you would look at it, and your other colleagues who do not want to address it you say what? >>guest: i believe my colleagues are willing to address it and what --. >>neil: they are not. >>guest: they do not support paul ryan's plan to turn medicare into a voucher system. >>neil: i understa
begs you to ask the question, what else does he say and do that would be deceptive? i believe it's many, many things that he would say and do being deceptive. >> it certainly is curious. there were two letters sent by secretary of state late last night to the chairman of the two former relations committee in the house and the senate and she talks about how immediately, their eyes are on al qaeda. if their eyes were on al qaeda, what in the world did this video stuff come up with? the president, ambassador and president on "the view." what in the world were they trying to do with the video business? >> bottom line, during the campaign in the final day, barack obama wanted to keep that false narrative alive that he, mr. nobel peace prize-wing president of ours -- he pretty much quashed the terrorists' activities, if you will, of the islamic countries that he was able to reach out and -- kind of stem the tide of -- that hatred and the violence coming from some of these countries as it pertained to relationships with americans. and th they even told americans that al qaeda was on the run an
. charlotte bacon was six years old. she was wearing a new pink dress and boots and holiday outfit. she begged her mom to wear it to school that day. her big brother was also at school that day. we're told he made it to safely. her uncle said she could light up a room. we'll also remember daniel barden, 7 years old. he was a budding athlete. he swam, played soccer, was missing two front teeth. his family called him fearless. we will remember olivia engel as well, just six years old, she played tennis and soccer. was a ballet dancer and a patient big sister to her 3-year-old brother. she loved school, colors pink and purple and was going to be an angel in the nativity play scheduled for just last night. we will remember 7-year-old josephine gay as well. she turned 7 on tuesday. she too loved the color purple. her neighbors are hanging purple balloons from mailboxes and fences in her memory. we will remember her. we'll also remember ana marquez-greene, 6 years old. she grew up with music in her ears, her dad plays jazz saxophone and flute. he wrote a song about her entitled ana grace. we'll also
' lack of productivity has begged many a question, including has there ever been so suspect a nine and five purple bird squad. one that is currently fighting the suffocating quicksand of a three-game losing skid. the purple birds did make it into the playoffs though they had to depend on a steelers loss not really earning it themselves. so far the third consecutive sunday the ravens failed to clench their second consecutive afc title. so the battle cry once again. remember one win and we are in as afc north division back-to-back titlists. head coach john harbaugh says he is responsible for some of the misfortunes as press continues for sunday's visit for the new york giants who are fighting to get in the playoffs. >> i mean, ultimately, it's all on me. yeah. sure. that's, i think, as a head coach, that's your responsibility. so it's my job to get us in the best position to play the best we can and get our team ready and motivated and, you know, just like all of them. we own that. i own that. so disappointed with how we played the last couple of weeks because it hasn't been good eno
-- sheppards begging for perkins to stay alive. >> she's still breathing. please hurry. i don't know how many times he got her. they were arguing -- >> but she's been shot? >> yes. >> okay. right now, is she awake? >> the ambulance is on the way. you hear me? you hear me? cassandra! hey. stay with me! >> belcher and perkins had a 3- month-old daughter. bel mper's mother -- belcher's mother is now caring for the baby. denise? >> a private memorial service was held for belcher earlier today in kansas city. >>> actor frankie muniz is opening up about a recent health scare. the former malcolm in the middle star revealed to twitter that he suffered a, quote, mini stroke last week. he said he was taken to an arizona hospital after becoming blind in one eye and having trouble speaking. muniz turns 27 -- 27 years old today. >>> kidnapped and beaten to make home repairs? that is what a california man said happened to him. >> reporter: detectives say this morgan hill mansion was the scene of a full day of punches, death threats, kidnapping and home repair.
place. well, i would beg that his son is probably not the best spokesman. david: i mean i don't think somebody runs for six years straight without wanting the job. adam: of course romney wanted to be president. david: we don't believe you tagg, sorry. well stuart may be out for christmas, but here's something that can get us all into the holiday spirit. take a listen. stuart: two of my beautiful granddaughters will be with us this christmas, abigail and paige are watching right now. this is for you. 'twas the night before christmas when all through the house not a creature was stirring not even a mouse. the stockings were hung by the chimney with care in hopes that st. nicholas soon would be there. the children were nestled all snug in their beds while visions of sugar plums danced in their heads. and mama in her kerchief and in her cap had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap. when out on the lawn there arose such a clatter i sprang from the bed to see what was the matter. in a twinkling i heard on the roof the prancing and pulling of each little hoof. as i drew in my head
but begs the question why in this bill would you be spending any money on fisheries in alaska when you have people in staten island that are still homeless? >> yeah. i mean that's part of the problem with the federal government is, it always overreaches in these kinds of events adding lots of stuff on the christmas tree that really isn't needed. >> is it needed to get something done? i mean, you know, a lot of people say this is the system. this is our system. it's not perfect but it's the best one out here and this is how it works. i see the department of justice inspector general gets a new car in this bill, i wonder was his car ruined in hurricane sandy or is this an add-on? >> this is the kind of behavior that has gotten us into the physical problems we face as a nation. let's spend money on stuff because we think we need it versus, do we really need it? for that kind of spending issue the right place is in appropriations bill next year, not in a bill aimed to help victims right now deal with a real tragic event in connecticut, new york and new jersey. melissa: is there anything that ca
as almost as many counter comments as supportive comments. so it begs the question, is twitter a way to kind of unite an army of supporters? >> absolutely. technology is changing the art of persuasion. what everybody -- look at history. look at history just a few weeks ago. this guy won the white house with technology. we talked about it here before. he used technology to get re-elected. he used it to get in the first time. the only difference that he's doing this time that he didn't do the first time is he is making sure he doesn't tone down the machine. now for the very first time we have this issue that he wants the american public to weigh in on and if you think about the demographic, the president of the united states can come into the living room, a voter, up to 30, say, in their comfort zone and talk to them one on one and make an issue out of the $2,000. in their comfort zone, not on the network news, daily newspaper but in a very personal way in a way that are resonates with that demographic. i think it's going to be very impactful. >> the numbers are phenomenal. the president has n
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are nodding your head about that. guest: i beg to differ with you on that. they are part of my task force which meets every other week with about 40 other professionals from schools and psychologists. we work on the different issues. host: what is their mission? guest: to work on the mental health issue. they did not exert as much of their influence where they could or should. i think that is a stigma and that they are not as well organized in outreach and be able to get out to the different areas that are needed. i know them very well and they are wonderful people. there are wonderful organizations that need to work with them. they are effective. we need to work at the local levels at the schools, where children were working at the -- they can begin to spot some of these disorders and talk to the parents and to try to solve them at the early ages. that is one thing that one group does. they provide grants and scholarships to put on site clinicians to help these youngsters, educate the teachers and work with the families to get to the bottom of what eails a child. guest: we need to rethin
, they can't afford dinner. please have mercy, they beg. on the street, we meet four boys. they ask if we think it is safe enough for them to go back home. they talk of tanks firing and seeing other children lose limbs. they say what they've witnessed has made them all decide to be doctors, to save the victims of war. >> arwa is still with us. when the folks in syria hear you're from cnn, what's their basic message to you, specifically to the united states, to president obama? i'm sure they've got some words they want to share. >> reporter: they most certainly do. they want to know why it is that the u.s. has effectively stayed silent so long, they want to know why the u.s. is not supporting the syrian opposition, why the u.s. allowed the conflict to degenerate to such degree now they deal with islamist groups. they want to know why the u.s. seems to be okay with the fact that so many people have died so far and allowed the suffering to really continue, because even when it comes to humanitarian aid, for example, there's very little of that that's actually coming in. this issue of the ris
, is begging for money. -- that great project, is begging for money. this is the sort of thing that ought to be supported by the u.s. government. the final thing we need to do in terms of non state actors, al qaeda came closest to developing wmd when they were in control of territory in afghanistan. we have to keep groups like that from getting a base. >> chemical, i wonder if you could talk a little bit about nuclear terrorism. >> again, i am a scientist. i think it is a very small probability. i reject the idea of 1% or 50%. the chance of fukushima happening was less than 1%. it is a low probability, but a horrific consequences. i think if proliferation happens, as nuclear capabilities bread, you'll have more of the wherewithal for terrorists to exploit and therefore more opportunities. i would like to emphasize what was said, you have to deny the territory. that is the lesson in afghanistan. you don't want to give these people time and space to work on these kind of weapons. with that being said, if you look at sudan, somalia, a couple of places, is not an easy thing to accomplish. and
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